:agree:dealer replaced mine but had to bring it in then get authorization from Suzuki but they did replace it under warranty.Suzuki might tell you it is but to answer your question, NO. There have been many members on this forum who have had their loose rear rotors replaced under warranty. Maybe your dealer will do you right, too. :dontknow:
Mine wasn't under warranty either. But I took it to the dealer and showed them how loose it was. Then I mentioned the old part number ending in "30" has been superceded but a new part number ending in "50". They confirmed, and ordered me a new rear rotor, no questions asked. Couldn't hurt to check.Im not under warrenty :'(
where is the best place to get a replacement ?
You're really taking a chance riding around with your rotor in that condition bro. :-\ More than one person here has reported in with their tale of woe... their rear rotor in that condition grenaded while riding. It's not pretty either... your rear wheel will get damaged or worse... you may go down when the rear wheel locks up.there seems to be alot of play in my rear rotor.???
..any serious shop can re-rivet the disc, here it was around 200.- USD...
They are semi floating rotors, so they are not just rivets in there. There is some flex.Is it possible it could be "pressed" somehow to tighten it up?:dontknow: